8 : EDS Corp.
Expanded Profile
Top 100 Revenue: $1,656,635,049
Defense revenue: $1,399,984,096
Civilian revenue: $256,650,953
2005 revenue: $19.8 billion
2005 earnings : $150 million
2004 revenue: $19.9 billion
2004 earnings: $158 million
Headquarters: Plano, Texas
Web address: www.eds.com
President/CEO: Michael H. Jordan, chairman and CEO and Jeffrey M. Heller, president
Head of gov't business: Charles Cox, EDS government leader
Ticker: NYSE: EDS
Lines of business: IT, applications and business process services and IT transformation services
Major customers: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps
Major contracts/projects: EDS is working on the Navy Marine Corps Intranet, a network that will link more than 400,000 workstations and laptops for 500,000 Navy and Marine Corps employees. The $6.9 billion contract was awarded to the company in October 2000. EDS is also providing user and production support, systems maintenance and management services to the computer system that processes Medicare Part B claims for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The contract is worth $99 million.
Previous Profile: 2005
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